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  • November 24I got up during the night but still no northern lights :( I guess we will have to go to Finland or Norway next and try! We got away relatively early and there was actually some frost and ice on Posted by arodavie in Europe 2019 | Jan 4, 2020
  • November 23We go going at the crack of dawn (so 10am!) and went to see the cave people. It was a really unique experience and if the lady at the hotel hadn’t told us about it then we probably wouldn’t have Posted by arodavie in Europe 2019 | Jan 4, 2020
  • November 22 - [ ] We got away fairly early and headed toward Skaftafell. We were a little early for our tour so we made a little detour and saw svinafellsjokull glacier. It had a beautiful lagoon at the bottom and it Posted by arodavie in Europe 2019 | Jan 4, 2020
  • November 21I woke up several times during the night to try and see the northern lights but no luck. One time the mountains had a purple haze above them but it wasn’t the stark colours I’m really looking for. At least Posted by arodavie in Europe 2019 | Jan 4, 2020
  • November 20It was 10am before it was truely light and once it did then we were off to see some waterfalls. The first was skogarfoss which was right behind the hotel. It is the highest waterfall in Iceland. It was beautiful Posted by arodavie in Europe 2019 | Jan 4, 2020
  • November 19Dude where’s my car?? That’s a bit what we felt like this morning at 630 as we are aimlessly walking in circles around the parkade trying to find our car. The park was not at all logically and super confusing Posted by arodavie in Europe 2019 | Jan 4, 2020
  • July'15 - Scotland and Iceland (part 2)At last, I've found some time to write about the second part of our Scotland-Iceland road trip we did almost 5 years ago. The [[https://frncks.travellerspoint.com/4/|first part]] was about Scotland and the wonders of Aberdeenshire, The Highlands & Isle of Posted by frncks in Travel Memories | Jan 3, 2020
  • Iceland - Travel Tips I arrived in Iceland on Atlantic Airways from Vágar in the Faroe Islands. The flight cost £219, including a checked in bag (23kg) and seat selection. Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Jul 11, 2019
  • Iceland [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/957414/DSC_9841.JPG thumb=https://p Posted by Labgirluk in Around the world in a few months! | Jul 5, 2019
  • Iceland - Part 2 Exploring Iceland beyond Reykjavík presented me with several options. I thought of taking an internal flight, perhaps to Akureyri in the north or Ísafjörður in the Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Jul 4, 2019
  • Iceland - Part 1 I suppose my visit to Iceland divides into two parts. First, exploring Reykjavík, where I stayed for all of my 5 nights. Secondly, my excursions out of the cit Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Jul 1, 2019
  • Reykjavík “We Travel not to Escape LIfe, but so that Life does not Escape Us,”. Early morning flight into Reykjavík and a blustery 48 degrees. Saw the above quote at the airport when we arrived. A sign? Check in. Clean Posted by jdsarff in Travels With My Charlie | Jun 18, 2019
  • Reykjavík Yesterday I moved north, and a bit west. My time in the Faroe Islands came to an end, and I flew to Iceland. My airport shuttle collected me at 6:50 for the 4 Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Jun 25, 2019
  • 5 countries With 3 ChildrenJune Just started and it is time to TRAVEL. I got lucky that I found 4 tickets traveling From LA to Iceland for only $390 per person. It was cheaper to travel than stay in Los Angeles and put Posted by NAGATTRAVEL in TRAVELING WITH KIDS | Jun 13, 2019
  • Travel and Tourism Assignment Today I am heading to Pearson airport to catch a flight to Iceland at 4:45am and will arrive in Reykjavik, Iceland for 1:00Pm. When I arrive to Reykjavik I will then get my luggage then call for a taxi Posted by RoshonWW in Travel and Tourism Assignment | May 28, 2019
  • Hafnafjordur, Iceland. Hafnarfjordur. Arrival. We took the Graylines bus from the airport to Hafnarfjordur. We were staying in a stra Posted by irenevt in Irene's Old Scandanavia Pages. | Mar 23, 2019
  • Reykjavik, Iceland. Iceland. I've nagged my husband for years about wanting to go to Iceland and this yea Posted by irenevt in Irene's Old Scandanavia Pages. | Mar 23, 2019
  • meet up at the Blue Lagoon!The big day arrived. I woke up at 6:15 am to Harriet poking me because I was snoring…while sleeping on my stomach. I didn’t know that was possible, but apparently it is. I felt Posted by alyssa_ob in Icelandic Weekend | Oct 9, 2010
  • time to leave :(I got to the airport, checked in and repacked my bag. I then went off in search of the geocache at the rainbow’s end. Still had time to kill, so I hit the Duty Free for more can Posted by alyssa_ob in Icelandic Weekend | Oct 9, 2010
  • layover in TorontoThis entry actually takes place in Toronto, Canada, but I didn't want the travel map to show a random line to Canada from Iceland, so I'm including it here. Toronto, Canada A few weeks before the trip, Travelocity notified me that Air Posted by alyssa_ob in Icelandic Weekend | Oct 9, 2010
  • Overlook of geothermal plantWe drove along a pipeline towards the Nesjavellir geothermal plant. This plant is one of two geothermal plants that feed off the high temperature geothermal area associated with Posted by alyssa_ob in Icelandic Weekend | Oct 8, 2010
  • Thingvellir National ParkOur next stop was in Þingvellir National Park, where the mid-Atlantic rift is causing Iceland to grow by 2 cm/yr as the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates pull apart. My Posted by alyssa_ob in Icelandic Weekend | Oct 8, 2010
  • Gullfoss - Golden FallsGullfoss (Golden Falls) is perhaps the most famous waterfall in Iceland because of its size, volume and accessibility. The Hvita River, coming off the Langjökull Glacier, falls Posted by alyssa_ob in Icelandic Weekend | Oct 8, 2010
  • GeysirAfter lunch we stopped at the geothermal area of Geysir [Geysir-travel-guide-1004917], the geyser for which all geysers are named. The famous Geysir now only erupts after large Posted by alyssa_ob in Icelandic Weekend | Oct 8, 2010
  • Kerið CraterKerid Crater used to be privately owned, so it was inaccessible to the public. Recently the owners lost the property to the Bank of Iceland and now tourists can visit. It is a gr Posted by alyssa_ob in Icelandic Weekend | Oct 8, 2010
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